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Offline 808

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BULL'S EYE TRADING SIGNALS
« on: April 07, 2011, 04:20:40 AM »
EDIT : I have been with these guys for a short period and am getting good results and have had a great experience thus far. I am not affiliated with them just a happy customer and been a member of the forum since the beginning so I wanted to let you guys know about it.  I posted a link with their results. Check it out.

http://www.bullseyeforexsignals.com/signalsperformance_analytics.php
« Last Edit: April 12, 2011, 06:53:30 AM by 808 »

Offline badbactim

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Re: BULL'S EYE TRADING SIGNALS
« Reply #1 on: April 07, 2011, 07:15:49 AM »
Hi 808
you said you had previously been with these guys but they have now re grouped. Can you advise why did they have to re group ??
Also what was there service called before ?
I think we have to be open to the fact that signal services " re group " as they have either previously scammed their client OR / AND blown account s up !

Im not saying these guys have but that is usually the case. It is good for you to acknowledge previous experiance - how long have you been with them and can you confirm their performance thus far

cheers

Offline bjanssen

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Re: BULL'S EYE TRADING SIGNALS
« Reply #2 on: April 07, 2011, 07:29:37 AM »
Do they set a fixed stop loss using their trade copier software so that if your MT4 goes down it will still close out?

EDIT:  Errrr....look at their performance page.  For March 2010 it says they made 316 pips.  Open the March PDF and add them up and it comes to 38 pips.  What the?  Is there no one honest in forex??? lol

BJ
« Last Edit: April 07, 2011, 07:34:45 AM by bjanssen »

Offline 808

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Re: BULL'S EYE TRADING SIGNALS
« Reply #3 on: April 07, 2011, 09:25:03 AM »
I have not been with them very long it was http://www.experttradingfx.net/  I signed up and then got kicked out of Forex.comuk due to being in the US so I cancled. I only really revieved a couple of trades you can go though the blog on the site and see the trades.  I got up and running again and started back in the middle of last month the service had already switched to bull'seye. The trades have been exactly like on the MT4 site. The trades I have recieved so far have had a sl and take profit but they modify them durring the trade.  I cant speak for thier history besides my limited experiece I am not saying they are the holly grail but worth a look. I did not see the error in results until you pointed it out but so far my results match the site.
« Last Edit: April 07, 2011, 09:36:40 AM by 808 »

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Re: BULL'S EYE TRADING SIGNALS
« Reply #4 on: April 07, 2011, 02:18:37 PM »
I've just subscribed to this service for about a week, but under the name Prime Eagle Funds.   There were some "rogue" trades on Monday, with the lot sizes being 3X the normal lot size, and that's when I received an e-mail form Bullseyeforexsignals telling their subscribers to disable the trade copier EA's.  So I'm confused as to the relationship between the 2 companies or if they're the same company.
But as far as the signals go, the R:R is reasonable and the trades I received are the same as the ones on http://www.myfxbook.com/members/Pincer/bulls-eye-trading-signals/56104 except for the "rogue" trades.  You can see that March netted about 160 pips unless they counted the USDJPY trade which was opened on 3/28 and closed on 4/1, then it would be over 300 pips.

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Re: BULL'S EYE TRADING SIGNALS
« Reply #5 on: April 07, 2011, 05:18:08 PM »
@ 808, did you get any of the "rogue" trades on Monday?  They've sent an e-mail saying that the issue has been resolved, but today I had 4 more rogue trades that were 3X the normal size.   :o  None of these trades showed up on their myfxbook account.  Even if their signals are good, I don't trust the trade copier EA anymore and would not recommend their service until this issue has been resolved.

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Re: BULL'S EYE TRADING SIGNALS
« Reply #6 on: April 07, 2011, 05:59:43 PM »
No, I did not recieve the trades and have not recieved any mystery trades. Thanks for the heads up. I got an email it was fixed but got no trades last night. If I do have a problem I will report back.
« Last Edit: April 07, 2011, 06:06:55 PM by 808 »

Offline sharpe7852

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Re: BULL'S EYE TRADING SIGNALS
« Reply #7 on: April 08, 2011, 02:05:19 AM »
Their trade duplicator must not be working too well because I see that as of 5 April they were looking for someone to make them another one.  This would not make me feel confident in their current copier/duplicator.

Offline torrie602

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Re: BULL'S EYE TRADING SIGNALS
« Reply #8 on: April 08, 2011, 03:48:23 PM »
@888 and pipette2010... Could you tell us how many trades and how many pips for the week for this signal ?

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Re: BULL'S EYE TRADING SIGNALS
« Reply #9 on: April 08, 2011, 05:07:41 PM »
@888 and pipette2010... Could you tell us how many trades and how many pips for the week for this signal ?

I had 9 official trades for a total 280 pips and 8 "rogue" trades which I manually closed for a small loss.  After yesterday rogue trades, I shut down the EA, so my results are different from their official results.

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Re: BULL'S EYE TRADING SIGNALS
« Reply #10 on: April 08, 2011, 06:59:25 PM »
My trades have been exacly like the site + or - a pip or so for slippage.

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Re: BULL'S EYE TRADING SIGNALS
« Reply #11 on: April 11, 2011, 07:59:55 PM »
Hello,

I am the principal of Bulls eye Trading Signals and just happened to find this community.

I would like to clarify a few misconceptions that I see have been posted about our service.

Firstly, BullseyeFX is originally formed. We are not of predecessor origin or prior entity formation. I have an extensive trading background and experience in this industry and determined that there was a tremendous "vacuum" in terms of transparency and performance in the signal provider area.

To that end, our real-time performance results & statistics are verified by an independent, third-party website (myfxbook.com). It is impossible to manipulate the outcome of our posted trading performance results. Additionally, as our trades are sent directly to client accounts via a trade copier EA - our results are their results. No confusion.

Presently, we are involved in some co-marketing initiatives with the principal of Experttrading - a separate and distinct entity to that of Bulls Eye Trading Signals. As such, Bulls Eye Trading Signals, has never restructured or "regrouped" its operations or structure.

In regards to comments by "808" regarding a purported miscalculation of our March, 2010 results, we respectfully would advise you to go back and look at your math.

As formerly stated we are dedicated to full monitoring and transparency of our trading results which are posted in real-time.

Our commitment to value and integrity extends to our website where we featue an extensive FAQ section to learn about our services and a direct phone number where we stand ready to answer all all of your questions.

Please feel free to give us any comments and input.

Thanks,

Mark

Offline bjanssen

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Re: BULL'S EYE TRADING SIGNALS
« Reply #12 on: April 12, 2011, 01:24:07 AM »
It wasn't 808 suggesting the maths was wrong it was me.  As for my maths skills, please enlighten me!

Look at this page:
http://www.bullseyeforexsignals.com/signalsperformance.php
It shows 316 pips for March 2010.

Now click on the PDF for that month:
http://www.bullseyeforexsignals.com/BETS-MAR-P-L.pdf

Add the pips up in that PDF:
5
35
-24
-17
-3
24
-16
8
16
-13
18
39
14
12
4
-2
-40
41
-17
-82
-27
43
1
5
-4
4
-21
31
4

I get 38.  What's wrong with my maths?

I do sympathise with you bullseye, there is a lot of mistrust from consumers that you have to deal with.  Look at it from our side though, we've all been scammed enough to be very cautious now, maybe overly so.  When something as simple as a bit of math doesn't add up, it starts to smell bad.  I wasn't scouring your results looking for that, it was just the first month I looked at, it didn't look right so I added it up.

Either way, just by posting here you have already taken great steps in improving consumer confidence in your product, so thanks for that.  I will be following your myfxbook closely.

BJ


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Re: BULL'S EYE TRADING SIGNALS
« Reply #13 on: April 12, 2011, 02:03:10 AM »
Thanks for clearing that up bjanssen.

 I wish I hade never  brought up the regroup thing it was a bad choice of words and I have edited my initial post. All I meant is that I was with expert trading then went to Bulls Eye that's it nothing to read into no hidden meaning but it is cleared up now buy the owner. I apologize to Bulls Eye for my poor choice of words which started it.  For the record, I have had nothing but a good experience with Bulls Eye which includes results and customer service.  :D

I think the # discrespency in March is because 2 of the trades that started in March closed in April and they were for large pip gains.
 
Here are the trades
03.28.11 17:04 04.04.11 04:35  EURJPY Buy  3.00  119.22400  -  115.14100  119.70900  456.8  16283.54  6d  16.28% 

03.28.11 21:16 04.01.11 23:03  USDJPY Buy  3.00  84.01700  -  81.73000  84.02000  229.0  8165.73  4d  8.17%
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Re: BULL'S EYE TRADING SIGNALS
« Reply #14 on: April 12, 2011, 04:23:22 AM »
Bjanssen,

I can't be bothered to add up the figures, but I looked at the link you posted.
Seems to me that you have only added up the figures from page 1 of a 3 page list.

 

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